Whiskas Temptations Tantalizing Turkey 180g

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SKU
I247274
Benefits
The delicious flavour of Whiskas Temptations Tantalising Turkey Cat Treats are irresistible. Shake the pouch and watch your cat come running
Health and Wellbeing
Whiskas Temptations Cat Treats are formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for all lifestages.
Care Instructions
Feed Whiskas Temptations anytime as a treat for your cat or kitten. Provide fresh water at all times.
Life Stage
All
Description
Whiskas Temptations, crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside, 100% nutritionally complete with no artificial flavours
Ingredients
Turkey meal, Chicken by-product meal, Gorund corn, Animal fat, Dried meat by-products, Rice, Wheat flour, Natural flavours, Brewers dried yeast, Salt, Taurine, added vitamins

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